A Russian military helicopter crashed on Tuesday

A Russian military helicopter crashed on Tuesday
In the middle of a week, a Russian military helicopter crashed on Tuesday when it landed in the airport area in Chukotka in the Far Eastern region, killing all four occupants. The Ministry of Defense said the Mi-8 helicopter crashed due to a technical glitch.

According to the governor of Chukotka, all three crew members and a technical expert were killed in the accident.

This is the second Mi-8 helicopter military accident in the past week. On May 19, the crew member died in the accident.

Surprisingly, on May 19, when the accident happened, it was also on Tuesday. A week ago, an army Mi-8 helicopter crashed in uninhabited areas north of Moscow, killing all crew members. Officials said the crash may have caused technicalities.

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